Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 04:45:28 AM. . By sempak.
2. Budget getting a little tight? Cut or buy 3x5 or 4x6 note cards in a color that coordinates with your wedding (simple cardstock paper will do the trick). Dress them up with embellishments or keep them simple. Place them in a basket or spread them out on a silver platter. Place a framed card on your guest book table instructing your guests to leave their names and words of advice for the bride and groom. Later on, you can put them in any standard photo album. 3. Create a wedding scrapbook. As your wedding supplies arrive (i.e. invitations, programs, printed napkins, etc.) place them in a scrapbook. Have your guests sign the pages and add comments and well wishes!
The assumption is true and is a well-accepted fact. However, the grooms parents should not be seen as parents who should not be shedding tears during weddings. Of course, they should also. It is because they are also sending their beloved offspring or son away. The grooms parents will surely not be familiar of their role in their sons wedding, especially if they had not participated previously in a wedding for a daughter, another son or other siblings. Here are some points and tips for the grooms parents who wish to accomplish their role in the wedding well and with flying colors:
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